A gallant knight romps across the walkway with a lighthearted soundtrack bringing a childlike quality to his journey. The world is a pure and sugary serene. Then a saw blade slices him in half…
This is the introduction to the indie game Life Goes On: Done to Death.
Developer Infinite Monkeys describes its game as a “comically-morbid platformer where you guide heroic knights to their demise and use their dead bodies to solve puzzles.” The purpose of stacking up so many dead bodies? To find the cup of life. Makes sense to me.
Life Goes On: Done to Death is available now for $12.99 on Steam and at the game’s website.